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by Susan Mueller, Charlie the Horse Jacqueline A. Grieve, 80 No one truly understands it except the one experiencing it....and they feel they must hide the seriousness of it to save others pain. Death Poems contains many of our most read and commented on poems. Terry Gouveia, 79 How We Survive By Kaitlyn, 51 Birthday Wishes To My Son In Heaven By All information has been reproduced here for educational and informational purposes to benefit site visitors, and is provided at no charge... Recite this poem (upload your own video or voice file). here to update your pages on AuthorsDen! Broken promises and a shattered heart Pen pals thousands of miles apart Lost souls searching... © 2010 - 2020 COSMOFUNNEL.COM All rights reserved. Heartfelt Poems on Losing Family, Friends and Loved Ones. J, 36 Here, you will find a select collection of comforting, inspirational poems about death, grief, and loss. Missing You, Nan By We can never get used to sad events Which come and go with complaints Tears, melancholy, and sorrow There is a tomorrow Which is unpredictable A Call From Heaven By by Deanie Humphrys-Dunne, Featured Authors | Deborah Robinson, 81 Tribute To My Dad By Mallissa A. Moore, 39 Our Hearts Are Broken Forever By No one sees my painIt is thereA dark spot in the light I showThe light that is not my true selfBut the mask I hide behindThe light in me is fakeThe light you think is me is a lieA lie I put together so you don’t have to see the ugly darkness that makes meThe torn and twisted maliciousness of my soulI watch the pain of the people around me and laughAnd mockAnd tearAnd hurtEvery last speck of hopeAs I think “what do they know about pain they are naive and deserve to die for their insolence”So I silently lurk in the darknessThe darkness I had createdThe darkness of your heartAnd silently kill you slowly and painfullyI crush your heart and soulI tear your hopes and dreamsUntil you were nothingJust an empty shellA shell with nothing but pain and sorrowAnd then I realizeI did not kill someone elseBut I killed myself. Rose M. De Leon, 96 Samantha M. Hann, Holding Onto Memories After A Friend's Passing, 53 Sarah Harrison, 74 My Lost Love By Carol Bodenham, 50 Lyn, 94 Belinda Stotler, 98 Belinda Stotler, 8 Kimberly N. Chastain, 40 This poem sees the poet reflecting on the grief his father felt following Harrison’s mother’s death, before turning to consider Harrison’s response to the death of his father. As One By Reflections By Megan Stokes, 22 When God Comforted Me By New to AuthorsDen? Alexandra Burrows, 52 Angie M Flores, 37 Dad, What's It Like In Heaven? Heaven's Rocking Chair By Disarae G. Kuhn, 25 Shelby N. Merchen, 65 This poem is for Morgan and all the other people struggling through the loss of a dear loved one. Christina Caburnay, 17 My Soulmate By Joe Green, 11 Zeb Edington, Poem About Grief Over Losing Someone Very Close, 76 Mary Elizabeth Frye, 2 A Prayer For Mama By I am sorry you live with your pain, and I wish I could take it away from you. Reviews of "Pain of Death" Reviewed by Jon Willey Mary, you are far too harsh on yourself -- your poem is emotionally gripping -- I was about twenty minutes late arriving when my father passed away -- the memory still haunts me -- we must move on, it is what our parents would want, and expect of us -- peace and love my dear friend -- Jon Michael Do you know the pain of deathdid you tell your childrenthat dearth feels like nothingno it feels like painmore pain then when you cut yourselfbutsome hope still lingersthat you will see your dead loved onesand watch over your alive loved ones so the pain of death...nobody knows Leanne Brady, 14 | A Child Of Mine By My Memory Library By HEAL, 1 Anne Spiller, 38 Grace Bourke, 83 Sarah Harrison, 54 Grief Poem for Mom. There is no comment submitted by members.. © Poems are the property of their respective owners. Shannon Walker, 31 There is no comment submitted by members.. © Poems are the property of their respective owners. please can u read me ‘Poppy day’ my first ditty this mornin’ xxx It’s subject looming very close so I keep putting them out lol xxx, Hey T....I know this is an old poem you found that you never posted, but boy does it speak of having the frustration of an illness no one understands and wanting to hide how serious it affects your fears. Autoplay next video. Member Since: Sep, 2007 There are people Who go through life feeling that ending their lives Is the best way out. By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. If I Could Hear Her By Eric R. Harvey, 75 Ambika Adhikari Tiwari, 56 My Dad By Popular Comforting Poems to help with Grief, Coping and Life After Loss. Ilona M. Blake, 35 Totally brilliant Tony Wow!!!! Victoria L. Payne, 32 Denise Tiburcio, 73 Taken From Me By The Fight By Since The Loss Of You By Maya Angelou, 9 Death brings an unbearable pain Proving that everything done on earth is in vain Progress is relative We get the wrong incentive To accomplish many tasks At times wearing different masks. A Letter To My Unborn Child By My Mother, My Angel By Seasons Of Grief By Missing You By You Mattered To Me By Terrie Brushette, Poem About Loss Of Friend, Soulmate And Lover, 86 One More Day By This poem has not been translated into any other language yet. The author, Henry Scott-Holland (1847 - 1918), a priest at St. Paul's Cathedral of London, did not intend it as a poem, it was actually delivered as part of a sermon in 1910. | Carolyn Ferreira, 43 A Picture Of You By Goodbye Dad By The thing that hurts me is this story is true . My Aunt By Kathy J Parenteau, 18 Dear Friend By Allie B. Quaglieri, 26 Barbara J. Carina Spencer, 30 Tamarah M. Olsen, 87 Kenya. Death Is Nothing At All By Mya's Wish By Belinda Stotler, 5 Merrill Glass, 41 I Miss You, Grandma By John P. Read, 7 Ron Tranmer, 49 It is our sincere hope that you find this comfort which you need. If Only You Could Have Stayed By Big Brother Gone By Kim Thompson, 90 Just reading the stories and poems shared by people crazed by a similar grief to ours, can somehow actualize our feelings and bring solace to our grieving souls. For My Brother By Grandpa By Missing You By Audrey Klatkiewicz, 64 Missing My Sister And Best Friend By Heartfelt Poems about Grief, coping and sorrow after death of family, friends and lived ones. Life Is But A Dream By When Great Trees Fall By Shelly Domenici, 45 Remembering My Mother By Mark Rickerby, 6 Laura M. Phipps-Kelley, 62 Forever Smiles: Heavenly Playground for Murdered Children, A Walk with Liam: A Mother's Personal Journey with Her Special Needs C. I think pain humiliates and makes a person feel less than themselves....sometimes to the point of shame. Remembrance By By Michele Meleen Collette N. Alaniz. Rouse, 28 Reality By Letting Go By Wish You Were Here By Diana Doyle, 58 Colleen Mclean, 48 Sometimes By The copyright of all poems on this website belong to the individual authors. I Love You, Son By Musical Prayers, 91 This poem has not been translated into any other language yet. Kathy J Parenteau, 29 Add AuthorsDen to your Site About us, He looked at me with sorrow, then looked up. Dear God, Please Take Care Of My Little Girl By Pat A. Fleming, 66 The Pain Of Death Poem by Chidori Storm - Poem Hunter. The Celebration Of Tina's Life By Colleen Ranney, 46 Shannon Billeter, 24 Lauren, 57 Leah Hendrie, 97 Five Minutes By Light A Candle By Troubled Heart By This poem is part of a collection of memorial death poems I wrote recently. The Loss Of A Cousin By Grandpa, I Miss You By Eternal Love By Missing Mama By Mistique M. Hart, 92 Tiffany, 84 This is emotional for me to read, knowing you like I do...oxoxo  Love n Hugs, C. Oh Tony....a perfectly expressed agony...I felt every word, a beautiful and sad piece, thanks for sharing ? Don't Be Sad When I Die By Please Don't Cry By Edgar Guest, 82 Sleep Now, Nana By by Yu'wrian Rise, A Walk with Liam: A Mother's Personal Journey with Her Special Needs C Autoplay next video. We Will Miss You, Dear Mom By CRY. Mary Cathleen, 67 The Pain Of Death Poem by Ankoku Gekido - Poem Hunter. No one sees my pain It is there A dark spot in the light I show The light that is not my true self But the mask I hide behind The light in me is fake The light you think is me is a lie I will tell you Here and now That ending your life Remember Me By Memories By I Let You Go By A Tribute To Tyrone By Everybody cries sometimes, and if you don't you should. Kathy J Parenteau, 16 Death brings an unbearable painProving that everything done on earth is in vainProgress is relativeWe get the wrong incentiveTo accomplish many tasksAt times wearing different masks.We can never get used to sad eventsWhich come and go with complaintsTears, melancholy, and sorrowThere is a tomorrowWhich is unpredictableAt times fantastic or terrible.

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